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Unplugged: Teen Talk Camps
Young Volunteers

A fun and safe space for teens of varying abilities to hang out and develop friendships while engaging in socialization skills with peers. Experiences are explored through playing games, activities and socializing.
Goal: To encourage social interaction and learn to better communicate and socialize with peers and others. Practice executive functioning skills by planning, organizing and making decisions with the incentive of having fun while doing it.

Objectives: Form new friendships and relationships while exploring and engaging in fun group activities!
1. Practice problem solving skills and collaboration.
2. Learn socialization skills while making snacks, playing games, and forming new friendships.
3. Practice flexible thinking when unexpected changes happen in a game.
4. Discuss and build on engaging in spontaneous, age-appropriate conversations.

Preregistration is Required: contact Integrative Psyche at 414-545-4430 or by email:

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